Indian Boxing Champion Vijender Singh Makes A Comeback To Pro-Boxing After 1.5 Years
Vijendra Singh is all set to come back to the ring as he fights a pro-boxing match on 19 March in Goa.
Indian wrestler Vijender Singh will return to pro-boxing on March 19 as he would fight on a casino ship in Goa. The wrestler is returning to pro-boxing after a duration of 1.5 years. Vijender has won a total of 12 pro-boxing fights, this can be the 13th win of his career.
This pro-boxing fight is set to happen on 19th March in Goa but the opponent’s name is not yet revealed. Vijender is currently training and sparring in Gurgaon. In an interview, he mentioned that his training got affected by lockdown.
This pro-boxing fight would be live-streamed online just like boxing in the US. Due to the ongoing pandemic, the Government guidelines would be followed regarding the sitting facilities and other related amenities. This fight will take place on a casino ship in Goa. The event would be a full-fight card and Vijender’s fight would be the main event in this pro-boxing match.
Talking about the Tokyo Olympics, he said that he feels youngsters will garner more medals in this boxing Olympics. H added boxers are training continuously and waiting for global conditions to improve.
There has been an incident where Vijender was called out by the Pakistani boxer Amir Khan. Addressing the same, he said he is ready to fight if the Government allows. Vijender Singh also mentioned that after Goa, he may fight in the South as his fans want him to have a fight there.
The boxing champ mentioned that he is ready to help youngsters now and keep inspiring them with his skills. Furthermore, the wrestler made a comment on Bajrang Punia leaving social media for Olympics training. He said that it is the right thing for him to do. He added that he feels limited social media presence should be there during training. Vijender Singh will release details of online streaming in an official press conference next week with the details of the face-off.